The two options are
a) de google ~ that will remove some stuff and free up some space
b) enable Developer options > USB debugging then install adb on you computer to connect to the phone
Once you have the phone up and running ~ if you have an SD card ensure the SD card is not used as internal memory. If it is move the apps and data to the internal memory then reformat the SD card as external memory ~ then move all personal data back to the SD card for safety and to free up internal memory.
Thanks! I tried, but I can’t get in my phone because of the bootloop. My SD-card is indeed internal used (I never know that this was not a good option). The ADB I have installed on PC (because of use on FP2 earlyer) but I’m affraid I haven’t the option selected: USB debugging. I can use the Fastboot (like device and reboot) option, but not the ADB call. I get no device with
After 12-15 min I get this message from Android Recovery (twice now) (after stuck in booting): Can’t load Android system. Your data may be corrupt. If you continue to get this message, you may need to perform a factory data reset and erase all user data stored on this device.
Some things I have an back-up (mail, contacts) but not all (like photo’s and message’s apps).
Is there other option / alternative to make an back-up? Or I lost now my data files?
Extra note: I have the normal Android version (pre-installed) from Fairphone. No TWRP or other…